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    Ben Glick
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    I enjoyed taking this photo, I found myself constantly wondering what the perfect photo was and how to capture all the details, but no matter what I couldn’t get the camera and myself to line into focus with my expectations, so I decided instead of adding details, why don’t I remove all of them, and just focus on one? The product behind the method turned out to be very rewarding.

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    #34027

    Ben Glick
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    I have to apologize I will add in specs for the photo in a little bit, this photo required very different settings than what I already had, but they should be posted very shortly.

    #34075

    Joseph Camuso
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    @ryanben2, Wow! I really love this photo! The stunning colors in the background work great with the “cold” blue of the cup and foreground elements.

    However, I almost feel like the cup is gonna slid away because of the slight angle of the shot. 😀 Is there a reason you shot it like that?

    #34079

    Ben Glick
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    Haha, Thanks I appreciate your feedback, yes I did originally take the photo upright and then turned the photo .17 degrees to the left to try and add an effect that changed the whole photo, I have the original photo before most of the editing, and after a lot of time looking and changing it, I just found that I had a better contrast between the water and the cup with a line of sun showing, than almost a flat look. Hope that helps your question. Thanks for the feedback, I will be sure to remember that for my next photo shoot! @JosephCamuso

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